The article treats of the issue of what is the actual relationship between the human laws and the obligations resulting from being a Christian. The authors propose a thesis that only that part of mankind that strives for moral perfectness may take part in salvation, according to God’s plan. Striving for moral perfectness, i.e. the original ethic laws is a common obligation of mankind. The incentive for fulfilling this duty must be the idea of perfectness itself disclosed by the reason as the object of aspirations. The human can perceive this idea only as victorious in the struggle with various temptations. The experience of today’s religious and anthropological pluralism encourages Christians to more thorough comprehension of the Bible. [...].
|Journal||Prawa Administracja Kościół: kwartalnik|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- Human rights